I have a mitsubishi wd-y65 tv, i have my hd cable box in hdmi slot 1 and tryed pluging my onkyo dv-cp704, which is a dvd player, into hdmi slot 2 but the tv did not detect it. I swaped them and with the dvd player in slot 1 i had picture but no sound and on slot 2 i had my cable box plugged in but it was not detected. My question is do i have a bad hdmi slot? or am do i need to set something up? please help thanks
It sounds similiar to a problem we've had with ours, all components would work in hdmi 1, but hdmi 2 would only work intermitently. They ended up replacing the digital board (fortunately we have the extended warrenty, I'm sure it's not cheap). Sorry hope this helps.
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I recently had a similar problem with my Onkyo DV-CP706...the "DVD mechanism" part was bad. I sent the unit to the ABL Electronics in Michigan and they fixed it. They are an authorized Onkyo repair center. If you're still under warranty they'll fix it for free. My unit was not, but I opted to fix it rather than purchase a new one. They will clean your unit, inspect it for other potential problems, and it will come back to you better than it was when it was new from the store.
Ur tv does nt support 3D. U can still see 3D if connected to PC. With power DVD 11 u can able to watch anaglyph 3D. Dnt get confused any standard screen (e.g. CRT (big boxes with curved screen)) can view anglyphic 3D content.
HD can come from two types of cables. A RF cable, normally it is a RG 6 or maybe a RG 59 coax cable. A HDMI cable is the other method of obtaining HD on your HDTV. A HDMI cable has a rectangular shape with small pins, its about 1/2 inch wide by 1/8 inch in height. The RF connector is about 1/4 in circular. A HD signal can come from a cable box or it can come from a DVD or Blue Ray player. Google these type of cables and look on your TV for the connectors.
Make sure none of the Digital or Component Input Assignments are programmed, if you're not using them. Set them to "----". This may help. Some of the Component input assignments may over-ride your other input assignments (perhaps even the HDMI input assignments).
Press the Open button on your Onkyo DVD-player to Open the drive tray. Using the remote press 9, 9, 9 and 9 on your remote control. Press the 1 button on your remote control for region 1, 2 for region 2, and so on, or 9 for multi-region. Press OK and the tray will close. Reset the unit by powering Off and then back On again.
1. Press Open/Close on remote control. DVD tray opens.
2. Press the following buttons in sequence: 2, 8, 1, 2.
3. TV displays "Region 2"
4. Press the Enter button on the remote until code changes to 9
5. Press the Open/Close on the remote. DVD tray closes.
6. Press Power on the remote control.
Now code free...
best set up if you have all hdmi is to have all your components go into the receiver ie. hd cable box, dvd etc. by using the hdmi output from the player(s) to the hdmi input to the receiver. next use one hdmi cable from the receiver to the tv then your laughing.